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Our principles offer us the encouragement and challenge to spend a lifetime searching for truth and meaning. This is a personal process, but it is also deeply relational.
Many people believe in the idea of reincarnation. What wisdom can that philosophy teach us while we slow down and remember to only live one life at a time?
Lammas is the first of three harvest celebrations in the Pagan calendar. Let us look at what it means to partake of the land, and what it takes to bring the harvest to our tables.
At the core of both Unitarianism and Transcendentalism is the belief in the inherent goodness of people and nature. This week, we will explore the confluence of the Unitarians and Transcendentalists.
This Sunday is Independence Day. Let us enlarge the joy of independence beyond a colonial insurrection a long time ago.
This Father’s Day, we’ll take a loving look at father types and their evolving role in the family structure – from Provider to Nurturer, and all types in between.
Many of us know what the letters in “LGBTQ+” stand for, but what do we know about the experiences behind those letters?
Join us as we celebrate Flower Communion – a UU sacrament created by Norbert Capek.
Today we gladly honor our mothers if we are lucky enough to have had a good one, but children of troubled mothers often have mixed feelings about Mother’s Day.
Living a life driven by obligation often means the individual gets lost in priority. How does a life of “shoulds” become a life of intention?
The planet is warming, the ice is melting, the seas are rising. The effects will be felt by us all, but the burden will fall most heavily on those who are most helpless. What is to be done?
We explore the divergent thought of two great English poets, Gerard Manley Hopkins and T.S. Eliot.